2007 International 9200i Oil Pan Gasket replacement?

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by MTMAUS, Feb 25, 2021.

  1. MTMAUS

    MTMAUS Bobtail Member

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    Hi

    I have a 2007 International Eagle 9200i (In Australia) with a cummins ISX non EGR, It leaks oil from the oil pan gasket?

    Has anyone done the gasket themselves? How much of a pain is it? Do you have to stuff around with front axle etc?

    Its my spare truck that I only use 2 months of the year so I am debating if its worth doing or if I will just wash it weekly to keep the inspectors of my back for the 2 months we use it, though I would like to stop it leaking on my driveway lol

    Thanks
     
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  3. ibcalm19

    ibcalm19 Heavy Load Member

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    Nothing but a lot of bolts to remove. That's why I always like the Detroit oil pans compared to Cat & Cummings (40 bolts vs 10):eek::eek:
     
  4. ChuckMartel

    ChuckMartel Light Load Member

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    Have you put dye in it? I’d definitely be wary of a rear structure leak.
     
  5. Heavyd

    Heavyd Road Train Member

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    Wash it and run it.
     
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  6. MTMAUS

    MTMAUS Bobtail Member

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    So i think the main leak is actually coming from the starter motor, I am assuming there is a seal between the starter and the block?

    Some of the bolts for the pan were a bit loose, so that seems to be ok now I have tightened them up, but it looks like it there is a leak from the starter.
     
  7. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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    Either rear crankshaft seal or a rear structure leak. Should be no oil inside the flywheel housing.
     
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  8. MTMAUS

    MTMAUS Bobtail Member

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    Yeah, doing some more research looks like it maybe more of the structure leak, will have to try and see exactly where it is coming from
     
  9. MTMAUS

    MTMAUS Bobtail Member

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    The leak only happens when the truck is running, after cleaning it up there was only drops on the ground whilst it was running.

    As it's an ISX should I try putting some gear oil in it? Or oil stop leak? Would prefer a quick fix as it's a bit of a junker truck I hardly ever use.
     
  10. Crude Truckin'

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    It ain't gonna stop until you fix it. No miracles in a bottle.
     
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  11. ChuckMartel

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    Sure it’s not also coming from higher up? Oil passages for the head are in the rear and are bad for leaking as well.
     
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